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I think the 30 days was to have a family care plan implemented, not give up custody.  I know for single parents to join the used to have to give up custody, but I'm not sure if that still applies.
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You sign a power of attoney giving the custodial rights to the care plan giver for the duration of your deployment. All that does is give the care giver all parental rights such as medical care, or any legal decesions needed during the deployment. In the case of the parant (single) dieing in service while deployed the standard home state child services adoption/delegation of care for minor child laws come into effect. Custory of the minor child stays with servicemember during deployment, just a POA gives caregiver all legal rights for the duration of deployment.
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